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Thread: Hiram and WhereRwe's Beer Chat Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    Beer lovers - head to Augusta Civic Center on April 18th for the Central Maine Brew Fest. Live bands, food, prizes and BEER!

    Sorry for the late notice, but I just heard about this myself. Tickets are still available at $25 for a 3-hour tasting session (either 2-5 PM or 7:30 - 10:30 PM.

    The Augusta Holiday Inn is located just a block away from the CivicCenter.

    Enjoy!
    one step ahead of ya bruce, i got my tickets in the mail today....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    one step ahead of ya bruce, i got my tickets in the mail today....
    Well, like I said... I just found out about it - maybe because I don't listen to/watch local TV or radio! LOL!

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    When I was in Penn I visited the "Yuengling" brewery I just love visiting brewerys when ever I get the chance to go to a new one. I love the smell of the hops and barley when I take a tour. my wife isnt so keen on the smell even when I brew it at home LOL.

    So who here is going to the afternoon event at the augusta civic center brewfest? I'm going to the afternoon event and wouldnt mind meeting some of you and saying hi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brewmaine View Post
    When I was in Penn I visited the "Yuengling" brewery I just love visiting brewerys when ever I get the chance to go to a new one. I love the smell of the hops and barley when I take a tour. my wife isnt so keen on the smell even when I brew it at home LOL.
    Sheesh! We love visiting breweries as well. It's not about "the numbers", but we've visited the following breweries:

    Moosehead, St. John, NB (This was probably the best tour we've been on)
    Harpoon, Vermont
    Long Trail, Vermont
    Ommegang, New York
    CoopersTown Brewing, New York
    Alexander Keith's, Halifax, NS
    Oak Pond Brewery, Cornville, ME
    Anheuser-Busch, Merrimack, NH

    And probably a couple of others that I can't think of right now.

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    Sheesh! This thread needs a bump...

    I love planes - I've flown many, many times - and often listen to air traffic control both on the internet and on the scanner whenever I'm near an airport. I also monitor Bangor airport to see what planes have arrived/departed.

    I just noticed that this plane came into Bangor today. So, I ask myself, "Self, what is Kingfisher, and the UB Group?"

    Turns out, it's India's biggest beer producer!

    So... Can we expect to see Kingfisher beer in the US? We can only hope...

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    Ah, I would have loved to have seen this one fly over I-95.
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    I didn't think there were any 727s left flying. Pretty cool looking plane. That was the one that D.B. Cooper hijacked back in the 70s. He jumped out from the rear loading hatch, a stairway from the passenger compartment in the back of the plane. Unusual design.

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    Speaking of that, what are the windmills for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudonim View Post
    I didn't think there were any 727s left flying. Pretty cool looking plane. That was the one that D.B. Cooper hijacked back in the 70s. He jumped out from the rear loading hatch, a stairway from the passenger compartment in the back of the plane. Unusual design.

    If I recall correctly... (I know, I'm leaving myself wide open on that comment...) I flew on one of those just a few years ago on a trip to ohio.

    and btw KEEP THE THREAD ON TOPIC! IT'S ABOUT BEER! NOT PLANES! SHEESH!!!
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